Updated At: Dec 10 2019 07:19 AM

Accuracy
80%
Participated
39
Win/Loss
28/7
Accuracy
78%
Participated
45
Win/Loss
32/9
Accuracy
74%
Participated
42
Win/Loss
28/10
Accuracy
73%
Participated
34
Win/Loss
22/8
Accuracy
71%
Participated
46
Win/Loss
30/12
Accuracy
69%
Participated
46
Win/Loss
29/13
Accuracy
68%
Participated
47
Win/Loss
30/14
Accuracy
68%
Participated
41
Win/Loss
25/12
Accuracy
67%
Participated
39
Win/Loss
24/12
Accuracy
66%
Participated
43
Win/Loss
27/14
Accuracy
64%
Participated
43
Win/Loss
25/14
Accuracy
63%
Participated
41
Win/Loss
24/14
Accuracy
63%
Participated
44
Win/Loss
25/15
Accuracy
61%
Participated
48
Win/Loss
27/17
Accuracy
61%
Participated
41
Win/Loss
23/15
Accuracy
59%
Participated
43
Win/Loss
23/16
Accuracy
55%
Participated
44
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22/18

Updated At: Dec 10 2019 07:19 AM

Accuracy
63%
Participated
36
Win/Loss
22/13
Accuracy
62%
Participated
40
Win/Loss
23/14
Accuracy
62%
Participated
29
Win/Loss
18/11
Accuracy
59%
Participated
31
Win/Loss
17/12
Accuracy
56%
Participated
42
Win/Loss
22/17
Accuracy
56%
Participated
43
Win/Loss
23/18
Accuracy
56%
Participated
37
Win/Loss
19/15
Accuracy
56%
Participated
36
Win/Loss
19/15
Accuracy
55%
Participated
45
Win/Loss
23/19
Accuracy
54%
Participated
42
Win/Loss
21/18
Accuracy
54%
Participated
28
Win/Loss
14/12
Accuracy
53%
Participated
37
Win/Loss
18/16
Accuracy
51%
Participated
44
Win/Loss
21/20
Accuracy
50%
Participated
43
Win/Loss
20/20
Accuracy
50%
Participated
25
Win/Loss
12/12

ICC Cricket World Cup
Administrator: International Cricket Council (ICC)
Format: One Day International
First edition: 1975 England
Latest edition: 2019 England & Wales
Next edition: 2023 India
Tournament format: Various
Number of teams: 20 (all tournaments) 14 (until 2015) 10 (current)
Current champion: England (1st title)
Most successful: Australia (5 titles)
Most runs: India Sachin Tendulkar (2,278)
Most wickets: Australia Glenn McGrath (71)

The ICC Cricket World Cup is the international championship of One Day International (ODI) cricket. The event is organized by the sport’s governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), every four years, with first qualification rounds leading up to a semifinals and then finals tournament.

The tournament is one of the world’s most viewed sporting events and is considered the “flagship event of the international cricket calendar” by the ICC.